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7th Annual Historic Deadwood Horse Sale

Dan Piroutek
Feline Pretty Fine was the top seller at $ 12,000.

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There was a nice crowd on hand for the 7th Annual Historic Horse sale held May 2 at Seven Down Indoor Arena. The sale had 75 screened horses by reputable trainers. The horses were shown in a preview on the afternoon before, and the morning of, the sale.

The high selling horse was Feline Pretty Fine, a six-year-old sorrel barrel racing mare which also had been started in breakaway and heeling. The mare was consigned by Jay and Melinda Mattson of Deadwood, SD, and was sold for $12,000 to Melissa Boulliun of Nemo, SD.

The second and third high selling horses both sold for $7,500. The first was Wranglers Dual Doc, a nine-year-old bay gelding, consigned by Tim and Denise Nelson of Midland, SD. This finished hauled calf roping horse was purchased by Kelly Dressler of Richardton, ND. The second was a 16-year-old sorrel – a proven calf roping horse – Nifty Jalin Trooper. Consigned by Dan Larick of Deer Park, WA, the new buyer was Chad Miller of Bowman, ND.

The fourth high seller was a pro level head horse, with lots of speed and a nice move. King Bar Stormy, a nine-year-old bay gelding consigned by Jeff and Kristi Thorstenson of New Underwood, SD, was purchased by Austin Hetland of Minot, ND for $7,250.

The fifth high selling horse was a beautiful 11-year-old buckskin gelding, One Honest Buck. The consignor was Eugene Nixon of Chadron, NE and he was shown by Dan Lindsey in the heading and heeling. This nice horse was purchased by Joe Painter of Buffalo, SD for $6,900.

The sale this year offered even more quality rope and barrel horses than in the previous years. A special thanks to the consignors for bringing such a quality selection of horses. Also thanks to the buyers for recognizing quality horses. They will be back again with another high quality set of horse in May 2011 at the Seven Down Arena.

There was a nice crowd on hand for the 7th Annual Historic Horse sale held May 2 at Seven Down Indoor Arena. The sale had 75 screened horses by reputable trainers. The horses were shown in a preview on the afternoon before, and the morning of, the sale.

The high selling horse was Feline Pretty Fine, a six-year-old sorrel barrel racing mare which also had been started in breakaway and heeling. The mare was consigned by Jay and Melinda Mattson of Deadwood, SD, and was sold for $12,000 to Melissa Boulliun of Nemo, SD.

The second and third high selling horses both sold for $7,500. The first was Wranglers Dual Doc, a nine-year-old bay gelding, consigned by Tim and Denise Nelson of Midland, SD. This finished hauled calf roping horse was purchased by Kelly Dressler of Richardton, ND. The second was a 16-year-old sorrel – a proven calf roping horse – Nifty Jalin Trooper. Consigned by Dan Larick of Deer Park, WA, the new buyer was Chad Miller of Bowman, ND.

The fourth high seller was a pro level head horse, with lots of speed and a nice move. King Bar Stormy, a nine-year-old bay gelding consigned by Jeff and Kristi Thorstenson of New Underwood, SD, was purchased by Austin Hetland of Minot, ND for $7,250.

The fifth high selling horse was a beautiful 11-year-old buckskin gelding, One Honest Buck. The consignor was Eugene Nixon of Chadron, NE and he was shown by Dan Lindsey in the heading and heeling. This nice horse was purchased by Joe Painter of Buffalo, SD for $6,900.

The sale this year offered even more quality rope and barrel horses than in the previous years. A special thanks to the consignors for bringing such a quality selection of horses. Also thanks to the buyers for recognizing quality horses. They will be back again with another high quality set of horse in May 2011 at the Seven Down Arena.

There was a nice crowd on hand for the 7th Annual Historic Horse sale held May 2 at Seven Down Indoor Arena. The sale had 75 screened horses by reputable trainers. The horses were shown in a preview on the afternoon before, and the morning of, the sale.

The high selling horse was Feline Pretty Fine, a six-year-old sorrel barrel racing mare which also had been started in breakaway and heeling. The mare was consigned by Jay and Melinda Mattson of Deadwood, SD, and was sold for $12,000 to Melissa Boulliun of Nemo, SD.

The second and third high selling horses both sold for $7,500. The first was Wranglers Dual Doc, a nine-year-old bay gelding, consigned by Tim and Denise Nelson of Midland, SD. This finished hauled calf roping horse was purchased by Kelly Dressler of Richardton, ND. The second was a 16-year-old sorrel – a proven calf roping horse – Nifty Jalin Trooper. Consigned by Dan Larick of Deer Park, WA, the new buyer was Chad Miller of Bowman, ND.

The fourth high seller was a pro level head horse, with lots of speed and a nice move. King Bar Stormy, a nine-year-old bay gelding consigned by Jeff and Kristi Thorstenson of New Underwood, SD, was purchased by Austin Hetland of Minot, ND for $7,250.

The fifth high selling horse was a beautiful 11-year-old buckskin gelding, One Honest Buck. The consignor was Eugene Nixon of Chadron, NE and he was shown by Dan Lindsey in the heading and heeling. This nice horse was purchased by Joe Painter of Buffalo, SD for $6,900.

The sale this year offered even more quality rope and barrel horses than in the previous years. A special thanks to the consignors for bringing such a quality selection of horses. Also thanks to the buyers for recognizing quality horses. They will be back again with another high quality set of horse in May 2011 at the Seven Down Arena.

There was a nice crowd on hand for the 7th Annual Historic Horse sale held May 2 at Seven Down Indoor Arena. The sale had 75 screened horses by reputable trainers. The horses were shown in a preview on the afternoon before, and the morning of, the sale.

The high selling horse was Feline Pretty Fine, a six-year-old sorrel barrel racing mare which also had been started in breakaway and heeling. The mare was consigned by Jay and Melinda Mattson of Deadwood, SD, and was sold for $12,000 to Melissa Boulliun of Nemo, SD.

The second and third high selling horses both sold for $7,500. The first was Wranglers Dual Doc, a nine-year-old bay gelding, consigned by Tim and Denise Nelson of Midland, SD. This finished hauled calf roping horse was purchased by Kelly Dressler of Richardton, ND. The second was a 16-year-old sorrel – a proven calf roping horse – Nifty Jalin Trooper. Consigned by Dan Larick of Deer Park, WA, the new buyer was Chad Miller of Bowman, ND.

The fourth high seller was a pro level head horse, with lots of speed and a nice move. King Bar Stormy, a nine-year-old bay gelding consigned by Jeff and Kristi Thorstenson of New Underwood, SD, was purchased by Austin Hetland of Minot, ND for $7,250.

The fifth high selling horse was a beautiful 11-year-old buckskin gelding, One Honest Buck. The consignor was Eugene Nixon of Chadron, NE and he was shown by Dan Lindsey in the heading and heeling. This nice horse was purchased by Joe Painter of Buffalo, SD for $6,900.

The sale this year offered even more quality rope and barrel horses than in the previous years. A special thanks to the consignors for bringing such a quality selection of horses. Also thanks to the buyers for recognizing quality horses. They will be back again with another high quality set of horse in May 2011 at the Seven Down Arena.


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